10 edition of The politics of sincerity found in the catalog.
The politics of sincerity
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||JA85.2.U6 M375 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007035892|
The politics of sincerity. Something about physiology of everyday. Fintan O’Toole is a columnist for The Irish Times and the Parnell Fellow at Magdalene College, Cambridge. His most recent book is The Politics of Pain: Postwar England and the Rise of Nationalism. (May ) Follow Fintan O’Toole on Twitter: @fotoole.
, The politics of sincerity: Plato, frank speech, and democratic judgment / Elizabeth Markovits Pennsylvania State University Press University Park Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. In the twenty-first century, state legislators have passed laws protecting citizens’ “sincerely held religious belief.” This course explores these issues of religion, sincerity, and authenticity in American politics and culture. It is not a chronological survey but, rather, a topically organized introduction to some key questions and issues.
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The Politics of Sincerity: Plato, Frank Speech, and Democratic Judgment 1st Edition by Elizabeth Markovits (Author)Format: Paperback. The appeal to straight talk in politics, relying on sincerity norms in deliberative theory, and avoiding of the art of rhetoric in civic education can lead to a dangerous naïveté regarding modern : Elizabeth Markovits.
Overall, the Politics of Sincerity is an engaging book, one that urges its readers to return to the Platonic dialogues with a fresh set of concerns in mind, and for this reason will be of interest to those working within the fields of both contemporary democratic theory and ancient Greek political thought (and especially to those working at the Author: John Lombardini.
The Politics of Sincerity: Plato, Frank Speech, and Democratic Judgment, by Elizabeth MarkovitsAuthor: Steven F. Rafferty. The collective nature of their belief in Estrada’s sincerity helps account for its objectivity, durability, and diffusion.
The empirical case presents an opportunity to develop a more sophisticated account of populist style and to show that it depends as much on the political savvy Cited by: 7.
Book Description. This edited volume examines concepts of sincerity in politics and international relations in order to discuss what we should expect of politicians, within what parameters they should work, and how their decisions and actions could be made consistent with morality. Though it traces something like years of history, the book is at its best when dealing with modern-day America - in its introduction and the latter 80 or so pages.
Indeed its point of departure is Sarah Palin: the modern political personality who most insisted on - and seemed to convince at least part of the public of - her own sincerity/5(9). ‘The trouble with being earnest’ is a chapter in The Politics of Sincerity by Elizabeth Markovits.
11 She shows how an unquestioned belief in the value of sincerity, or its abuse, can lead to a pathology that she calls ‘hyper-sincerity’ and the cult of plain speech. Although slightly older than the commonly-supposed professionalising Arnoldian origin, the discipline of English studies is relatively young, having come into being as “English language and literature” in at the University of London (now UCL rather than the federated research university that currently takes the name University of London).1 Over the course of the discipline’s short Author: Martin Paul Eve.
Although this book preceded 's The story of a young doctor who in realizing the dangerously unsanitary conditions in the poor districts of the town he is assigned to, seeks reforms; but he comes against small town politics, greed and obstinince in response to his efforts/5. We need to rededicate ourselves to these concepts within politics, because we will accomplish so much when we do.
Make a commitment to practice the politics of : Will Rasky. Political Hypocrisy is a timely, and timeless, book on the problems of sincerity and truth in politics, and how we can deal with them without slipping into hypocrisy ourselves.
Runciman draws on the work of some of the great truth-tellers in modern political thought — Hobbes, Mandeville, Jefferson, Bentham, Sidgwick, and Orwell — and applies his ideas to different kinds of hypocritical politicians from Oliver.
The politics of sincerity: Plato, frank speech, and democratic judgment. [Elizabeth Markovits] -- "Elizabeth Markovits argues that the search for sincerity in the public arena actually constitutes a dangerous distraction from more important concerns, including factual truth and the ethical import.
Sincerity in Politics and International Relations This edited volume examines the concept of sincerity in politics and inter-national relations in order to discuss what we should expect of politicians, within what parameters they should work, and how their decisions and.
Get this from a library. The politics of sincerity: Plato, frank speech, and democratic judgment. [Elizabeth Markovits]. This book has one of the ingredients for building a healthy society: ritual.
The four authors, who co-wrote the whole thing, are very serious about the importance of ritual and how an ignorance of rituals tears apart societies.
But they operate in a world where ritual is /5(4). His first book, The Church of 80% Sincerity, is based on his signature one-man show of the same title. David was born in Hammond, Indiana, the eldest of seven children. His sixteen years of Roman Catholic education included four years studying to be a priest at Saint Lawrence Seminary in by: 2.
Sincerity book. Read 33 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. People have long been duped by straight-talking politicians, confession /5. As Elizabeth Markovits illustrates in her book The Politics of Sincerity: Plato, Frank Speech and Democratic Judgment (), a similar risk of political opportunism looms in today’s society.
Contemporary politicians increasingly employ the notions of ‘frank speech’ and sincerity as tools to increase political efficacy.
Politics The Ignorance of Mocking Mormonism. Not unlike The Book of Mormon musical, Andersen’s musings aim to initiate rather than alienate, to. He is the author of Running For Our Lives: A Story of Faith, Politics, and the Common Good, a book about his congressional campaign, which will be released in February The volume features an international cast of authors who specialize in the topic of sincerity in politics and international relations.
Looking at how sincerity bears on political actions, 5/5(4).Book Of Sincerity. 26K likes. Fully dedicated, Highly motivated5/5.